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Desert mule deer doe yearling discovered refuge's outdoor remote camera / USFWS

San Andres National Wildlife Refuge is home to many species of wildlife, from the heralded desert bighorn sheep to dozens of migratory bird species.  New mammal species, that were never before documented on the refuge since its establishment, have been seen in recent years!    

  • Celebrating our Areas Natural Resources

    Bobcat on the move / refuge remote camera, USFWS

    Enjoy majestic wildlife on the refuge, from the largest being the black bear to the tiniest field mouse. 

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  • Extensive Photo Gallery

    Black bear wet after rainshower

    See a variety of additional refuge photographs; including landscape scenery, plants, birds, and wildlife in our extensive Photo Gallery

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Photo Gallery of the Organ Mountains

  •  . . . which are located just a few miles to the south of San Andres National Wildlife Refuge. The Gallery is in celebration of the nation's newest National Monument, titled: "Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument."
Page Photo Credits — Desert mule deer doe yearling discovered refuge's outdoor remote camera / USFWS, Bobcat on the move / refuge remote camera, USFWS, Black bear after rainfall / refuge remote camera, USFWS, All photos courtesy of USFWS unless otherwise noted.
Last Updated: Aug 04, 2014
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